Paramount+ announces release date for sci-fi K-drama ‘Yonder’

Paramount+ announces release date for sci-fi K-drama ‘Yonder’Paramount+ announces release date for sci-fi K-drama ‘Yonder’
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Paramount+ will soon release its 2022 K-drama “Yonder,” which was co-produced with South Korean streaming service TVING under their partnership with South Korean entertainment giant CJ ENM.
The sci-fi drama, which premiered on TVING on Oct. 14, 2022, is directed by Lee Joon-ik, known for directing films such as “The King and the Clown,” one of the highest-grossing films in South Korea. The series stars Shin Ha-kyun (“Beyond Evil”), Han Ji-min (“Resurrection”), Lee Jeong-eun (“Parasite”) and Jung Jin-young (“Ode to My Father”).
Set in the future, the K-drama follows a man named Ja-hyun (played by Shin) who receives a message from his late wife Ye-hoo (played by Han) inviting him to Yonder, a place that exists between life and date where they will be able to meet for the last time. 
“Yonder” will premiere globally on Paramount+ on April 11. 
It will be released alongside a collection of beloved Korean thriller and mystery dramas, such as “Signal,” “Voice” Seasons 1 and 2 and “Save Me” Seasons 1 and 2.

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